Meant To Be

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Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
When Ted and Megan board the Amtrak, the last thing they expect is to be thrown back into the past. As if that isn't bad enough, the people insist that they marry at once! But Ted and Megan don't even know each other, and despite their protests, the preacher announces them man and wife. This romantic comedy takes a light-hearted look at time travel and the joy of finding unexpected love. More

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About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin has written seventy romances, ranging from Regencies to historical westerns to contemporaries. She plays with other genres from time to time, but her first love is romance. She has been happily married for eighteen years to a sweet and funny guy, and they have four sons, who are all taller than Ruth now that they're 14, 15, 16, and 18. The good thing is she doesn't need a ladder, and there's always someone to take care of a mouse that squeezes its way into her Montana home. She considers herself very lucky to have led such a charmed life. Being able to play with characters and create stories is just icing on the cake. Hopefully, she'll get to keep doing this many years to come.

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Bookworm Simi reviewed on July 9, 2017

Enjoyed the book.
(reviewed 5 years after purchase)
Shelley Chastagner reviewed on April 2, 2013

Sweet and funny. The characters are likable. The story line holds your attention. Great for a rainy weekend or vacation read. A couple of romantic scenes make this an adult read.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
Nanais1 reviewed on Dec. 7, 2011

what a great idea for a book! loved it---loved it---loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)
beth beale reviewed on July 11, 2010

Terrific Historical romance novel!!!!
(review of free book)
Doug Pardee reviewed on June 3, 2010

A solid story-line and a group of interesting characters make for good reading.

The writing isn't as artless as in many romance novels, but it still wasn't as polished as one finds in most other fiction genres. If you're just fine with how romance novels tend to be written, you might give this five stars. But I just couldn't overlook lines like this:
“This is getting annoying,” he said, obviously exasperated.

This book is quite well-edited. There are still a few incorrect words, notably "hawk" used to mean "hock". But those are notable because the rest of the editing is so clean.
(reviewed 83 days after purchase)

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